It's possible, I suppose, a moment may come when I loose my interest in ivy. For the moment, though, it runs un-diminished. Their earlier golds have mostly vanished. Instead, there are blues and greens and browns on show. It's very hard to move on.
Sometimes, I adjust pictures a little - cut out glare from shiny leaves, take a few shadows away to reveal detail. This time, so you can tell how wonderful the variety is, so you know it hasn't been introduced by editing, the pictures for this post are exactly as they came out of the camera (except for cropping off some of the edges so you can see the berries centre stage).
Can't wait to hear what you think!
There are olive greens.
And chestnut browns.
And blueberry blues.
Some are hanging low where the new Alexanders grow.
And some hang on to memories of autumn fireworks.
There are masses and masses of them.